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Revisioning Kenya 3 – June 4th


Details: Thursday 4th June 6.30 to 8.30pm with drinks afterward and music by Ugomatic.
Alliance France auditorium, Loita/Monrovia Street

Featured Speakers:
– Filmaker Judy Kibinge’s film “From the Ashes”, Revisioning Kenya, organised by Beyond Words, will provide a platform for a series of stimulating talks given by visionaries drawn from Kenya, around the continent, and abroad.

– Nation Media CEO Linus Gitahi will challenge our notions of giving back to the community at the forthcoming Revisioning Kenya forum, asking Kenyans to behave very differently in order to be more nation focused.Seems Impossible?

– The world’s oldest pupil Kimani Muruge will talk to us about flouting convention, following dreams and perseverance.

– Ex Hindu turned Christian lay preacher and committed material scientist Dr Kamau Gachigi will tell us why and how technology and spirituality match, and what this may have to do with solar powered cars.

– Fred Onesmo Okidi turns to the very practical nature of providing goodwill teaching in his corner of Mathare. With no government support, the committed team at MYTO of which he is part have found ways to harness Kenyan entrepreneurial spirit to foster education and to encourage peaceful interaction in their area.

– Molo based Samuel Muhunyu, who’s school’s garden initiative has been nominated for an Ashoka Changemakers award. He plans to talk to us about the importance of reconnecting to Mother Nature.

Jessica Colaco will present her ideas on mobile technology Kenyan style, showing how she came to be listed as one of the of top 40 businesswomen under 40.

– Activist poet Jacob Oketch, who’s debut poetry CD is due out shortly, and who is interested on the impact of local languages on the spoken word performs from his latest work

For additional information contact: info@revisioningkenya.com or +254 721 465 858

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